The British Army Wants All Feral Recruits! Social Collapse Imminent By Richard Miller

     Here is an example of society in free fall; the UK army has recruitment ads targeting “me, me, me, millennials, class clowns, binge gamers, phone zombies, snow flakes and selfie addicts.” Did they miss anyone?

“The British Army has come under fire for its latest recruitment drive targeting young people with posters calling on “snowflakes, selfie addicts, class clowns, phone zombies, and me, me, millennials” to join the military. The campaign is a bid to attract young people to join the UK forces by claiming the army is looking for special skills in order to convince young people that their snowflake attitudes, obsession with their phones, and passion for video games make them right for a career in combat. The campaign’s television ads show young people being undervalued in their jobs, and claims the army is looking for such people as it recognises their potential. The drab work scenes are cut with exciting scenes of soldiers delivering humanitarian aid and other military moments. The recruitment drive is targeting 16 to 25-year-olds, also known as Generation Z (those born between 1995-2015), to join the army’s ranks. In the UK, 16-year-olds are allowed to join the army. Between 2015-2016, more than a fifth of new recruits were under 18.”

     How will this turn out? Why in the first place would people coiled in narcissism and the cult of hedonism be interested in facing the brutality of the combat role? How could people with a serious psychological addiction to social media, be any good for keeping secrets? Surely, this is all insane, but that is British society today, which has gone from the pinnacle of empire to cultural degeneration in less than 50 years. Guess what the next 50 years will bring?! As an example, bringing diversity into the armed forces has led to some mighty unusual law suits:

“A soldier from Africa is suing the Ministry of Defence (MoD) for £150,000, claiming they failed to protect him from cold weather conditions. Michael Asiamah, from Ghana, brought the negligence claim after allegedly suffering a “cold-related” condition during exercises on Salisbury Plain in March 2016. According to his lawyers, the 36-year-old suffered pain and numbness in his feet and hands after he was exposed to 18 hours of cold and windy conditions during Exercise Scorpion. His legal team argues officers exposed Mr Asiamah to the uncomfortable conditions despite knowing Africans are more susceptible to cold-related conditions, according to court papers which quote a 2009 military study which found soldiers of African origin were 30 times more likely to suffer cold-related injuries than indigenous Europeans.”

     Well how about that, recognition of a race difference. Wasn’t it the case that there were no race differences at all, and certainly nothing to sue over?



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